If you long for space to breathe and plenty of room between you and your neighbors, the isolated and quiet handful of amply sized homes and acreage that make up the Brushy Creek Estates neighborhood should be high on your list of possibilities. Hidden, spacious, Brushy Creek Estates is well-established yet still has a spring in its step. Flowing willows, oaks, and other native trees welcome home residents to their long driveways and plentifully private green spaces. Not cookie-cutter in the least, these homes are individually designed and crafted with one central focus in mind; space.
Constructed primarily in the early 2000s, the country homes of Brushy Creek Estates are each large and uniquely designed with extra-large lots, long driveways, and plenty of green spaces. Fences are scant, with ample distance between properties. Various facings of rock, brick, stone, limestone, and wood decorate unique homesteads. Square footage ranges from 2,500 to upwards of 4,000 with up to five bedrooms and four bathrooms, and some homes boasting two master bedrooms.
East of Round Rock, the small community of Hutto, Texas, has been blossoming into one of the most sought-after locations for homebuyers in the Austin area. At once country and suburban, Hutto's list of long-time local favorite restaurants is being added to regularly. If you are in the mood for a dessert, you're in luck. Head to downtown Hutto and make a stop at the Texan Café and Pie Shop, where you'll find homestyle favorites for your main course and no shortage of pies, cakes, and confections. Or, take a short walk to the Downtown Hall of Fame for beer, burgers, and maybe a little entertainment. Local shops like Baked & Sconed serve up coffee, pastries, and more, and when you're ready, take in a concert at the Brushy Creek Amphitheater or stroll through a park or two. Whatever you decide to do, Hutto is a sleepy bedroom community that's starting to wake up.
Legend has it that a circus train once made a stop in the small town of Hutto, Texas, and, while the animals were allowed to stretch their legs and get some fresh air and water, a mischievous hippo made an escape. For three days, the hippo took possession of a local creek and refused to be captured. Then citizens of Hutto's neighboring communities of Taylor and Round Rock got together to help and got that hippo back on its train. Today, Hutto Independent School District is known for its strong community involvement, celebrating each student's unique identity, and creating tomorrow's problem solvers. But perhaps Hutto High School's Hippo mascot has had the most significant impact. Look closely, and you'll notice a predominance of concrete hippos dotting every front lawn and business establishment in town. Parents living in Brushy Creek Estates can trust their children's education to local schools, such as Hutto Elementary, Hutto Middle School, and Hutto High School.
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